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I tried googling for a how-to on how to enable and disable "do not track" in Internet Explorer 9 but could not find anything. I could only find "press releases".

Please let me know the step-by-step process for how to enable and disable "do not track" in Internet Explorer 9.

I will then verify the results using the "fiddler http protocol analyzer".

NOTE: In Firefox 4, it is easy to enable and disable "do not track":

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I found how to do it:… Click the Tools button, point to Safety, and then click Tracking protection. In the Manage Add-on dialog box, click a Tracking Protection list, and then click Enable (or Disable). – Tom M Apr 22 '11 at 3:25
NOTE: (I am a nube). I found superuser after posting to serverfault and was thinking that superuser might be the better place to post. However, the question was answered at serverfault first: see:… – Tom M Apr 22 '11 at 3:49

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